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I'm still running OEM discs and pads at the front, OEM disc and OEM once replaced pads at the rear. I'm really impressed that previous owner was so cautious with the car and that OEM factory parts are still in good shape after 10 years and 108 000 km or 67 000 miles.

I'm a spirited driver, but car won't go near track, it's for daily driving only. I guess I don't need sloted or drilled discs, but I want something with high carbon percentage and coated for good corrosion resistance.

What would be recommended to buy?

P.s. I'll do stage 1 chip tuning on the car so something more sport oriented would be preffered.
 

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I'm still running OEM discs and pads at the front, OEM disc and OEM once replaced pads at the rear. I'm really impressed that previous owner was so cautious with the car and that OEM factory parts are still in good shape after 10 years and 108 000 km or 67 000 miles.

I'm a spirited driver, but car won't go near track, it's for daily driving only. I guess I don't need sloted or drilled discs, but I want something with high carbon percentage and coated for good corrosion resistance.

What would be recommended to buy?

P.s. I'll do stage 1 chip tuning on the car so something more sport oriented would be preffered.
Hello. I have had very good luck with Centric products. I am currently using StopTech Street pads
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And a 13" slotted rotor from an MPS (I believe will also fit your Mk2).

Whatever you get be sure to follow proper bedding procedure (PDF) and I am sure it will give you a lot of life.

Cheers
 

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13" disc won't fit standard mk2 caliper... I'd have to get MPS calipers also and other goodies
 
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